Norway currency – Money
Author: the Bergen Guide team
First of all: Euro will not take the place of Norwegian Kroner.
Q: what is the currency of norway?
A: The currency of Norway is krone (plural: kroner).
Currency of Norway
The unit of currency in Norway is the krone (plural: kroner), which translates as “crown,” written officially as NOK. Price tags are seldom marked this way, but instead read “Kr” followed by the amount, such as Kr 10 or 10 Kr. Here, Norwegian krone is abbreviated NOK. One krone is divided into 100 ore, and coins of 50 ore, 1, 5, 10, and 20 kroner are in circulation.
Bills are issued in denominations of 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1.000 kroner.
EURO-cards and EURO-cheques are not accepted in Norway, so now you know…
At Bergen Airport Flesland you find exchange facilities (automat), to NOK from A, B, CDN, CH, D, DK, E, F, GB, I, J, NL, S, SF and USD.
Norwegian name: Valuta i Norge.
Telephone: +47 55 55 20 00.
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